Opening up an historic bungalow to abundant natural light and tree house views makes this small house work for a family of four.
We took a plain vanilla condo just a few years old and turned it into a color-filled, comfortable, clean-lined space with flexible living spaces to make life manageable in a small space
We added a mere 70 square feet to this 1930’s Tudor revival but dramatically increased the livable space and its connection to the outside.
An attic bedroom returns a higher value than almost any other remodeling investment. Here are some ideas for planning your new attic get-away.
Back to school brings the clutter of back-packs, jackets, and more — often to our front foyers. Here’s one solution the we developed for a 1940′s small side-hall colonial. Maybe it will also work in your house.
We make an awkward, dark living room into a light-filled treasure without adding windows or doors. Read how detail and palette can transform a condominium unit.
A good front porch is an extension of your home where you can visit with neighbors, entertain or just watch the world go by.
A home office is almost a requirement today. As with all design projects, start with objectives and needs. Here are some questions and ideas to get you started
I got a question recently on a post about Remodeling Price Drivers asking: “When is a bump out no longer a bump out but rather an addition? And when doing a cost estimate, is the cost of a bump out the same as an addition, approximately $200 per square foot?” The short answer is that, [...]